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A Final Toast

Posted on by Dean Worbois / Comments Off on A Final Toast

To a Music Man Story and Photos by Dean Worbois The last gift from Rod Simpson’s place was a half-gallon of Kentucky bourbon whiskey. To be precise, it was one-and-three-quarters liters. Rod always topped off his busy day
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January 2021 Map

Posted on by Ann Hottinger / Comments Off on January 2021 Map

THIS ISSUE! Fruitvale, Huston, Indian Cove, Lowman, Meridian, Pine Creek, Sand Hollow, Sawtooth Valley, Smoky Mountains This content is available for purchase. Please select from available options. Register & Purchase  Purchase Only

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Tough Questions

Posted on by Les Tanner / Comments Off on Tough Questions

John Rember Confronts Increasing Disorder By Les Tanner Several years ago, I attended Fishtrap, a week-long gathering of writers that was held at Oregon’s Wallowa Lake State Park. During a break between sessions, I struck up a conversation
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Indian Cove—Spotlight

Posted on by Diana Hooley / Comments Off on Indian Cove—Spotlight

A Nick in the Desert By Diana Hooley A strong agricultural state like Idaho has hundreds of little farming communities, but not many can lay claim to two significant historic trails running through them. Indian Cove may not
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The Smoky Mines

Posted on by Ray Brooks / Comments Off on The Smoky Mines

Boom! And Then Poof Story and Photos by Ray Brooks As a feet-on-the-ground amateur historian, I not only like to research the stories of Idaho mines and ore mills but to explore the sites, which often are deep
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Pineapple Express

Posted on by Jim Shubert / Comments Off on Pineapple Express

A Christmas Flood on Pine Creek By Jim Shubert Photos Courtesy of Jim Shubert Gusty winds and sleet pelted our faces as we leaned forward to climb the steep slope through heavy, wet snow. My brother Phil and
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